Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship and Innovation Seminar Series
The Adelaide Business School is proud to partner with Asia-Pacific institutes and scholars for the Asia-Pacific Entrepreneurship and Innovation Seminar series.
The Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship and Innovation Seminar Series (APEIS) is an online seminar series across universities in nearby time zones from India to New Zealand. Researchers are invited to present papers from the developmental stage or the revise and resubmit (R&R) stage to get feedback or published for dissemination and generating future research.
The seminar series will feature key researchers from the Adelaide Business School as well as leading scholars in Entrepreneurship and Innovation working the Asia-Pacific region.
“I am delighted to be the inaugural presenter at the Asia-Pacific Entrepreneurship and Innovation Seminar series. The world is being redefined, so-called VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) where entrepreneurship and innovation are key. Even scholars need to embrace innovation and I feel this is a great initiative and I am happy to be a part of it” - Professor Michael Frese, Asia School of Business in collaboration with MIT Sloan School of Management
This collaborative initiative is so timely as I see the pathways to uplift the entrepreneurial endeavour in the Asia-Pacific region to build a resilient and sustainable community, in tandem with COVID-19 recovery measuresProfessor Noel Lindsay, Dean of Adelaide Business School, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Entrepreneurship)
“Compared to other continents, systematic opportunities for scholars to collaborate is lacking in the Asia-Pacific. Asia-Pacific Entrepreneurship & Innovation seminar series is aimed to reduce this void” - Associate Professor Stephen Zhang
"This year has seen a change in the way we do things. Face-to-face conferences and visiting scholars are gone. High quality on-line options, like AoM, are in the wrong time-zone for us. While there are a host of on-line seminar opportunities, they vary in quality. We see this seminar series as an opportunity to combine regional strengths and break through the clutter of everyone doing their own thing on-line." - ECIC Director Professor Paul Steffens